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Artisanal Creations - Tailored to indulge

At PEET DULLAERT we celebrate authentic vision and identity. Connecting generations and reflect on the world, through our responsibly made collections and various tribute stories.

With a keen focus on a wardrobe that breathes energy and fresh optimism, the Couture and Prêt-à-Porter collections are created in-house in Paris, and deliver a unique exploration of contemporary silhouette tailored for modern living. 

Streamlined and forward-thinking design, with a view on the synergy between the practical demands of the modern wardrobe and the desire to indulge in exquisite things. Artisanal creations that result in a pure connection between the wearer and the garment.

The PEET DULLAERT "Care For Earth - Plant For The Future" initiative is part of the brand's mission to further its responsible production cycle with sustainable made-to-order collections and Couture at its foundation. While we use green energy, and ship carbon neutral whenever we can in our fully recyclable packaging, the initiative supports ocean and biosphere preservation projects, and supports families in need by planting towards a better future.  

Read more about our 'Care For Earth - Plant For The Future' approach here.

Since its foundation in 2012, PEET DULLAERT caters to a global audience online and through select stores across the globe.

Peet Dullaert’s work is inspired by the lives of the diverse group of individuals around him. Generations who inspire and teach him, currently and over time. With his sharp and optimistic vision, he creates clothes that breathe an effortless spirit.

Working closely in synergy with the body, the collections offer a freedom of movement that is so essential today. Modern cuts are tailored to embrace and flow around the body, effortlessly light, and created to fit today's posture, comfort, and movement.

With a high regard for creation, designs find their origin using drape-techniques and materials to form and refine contemporary, individual, and liberating shape before a pattern is created.

Peet Dullaert studied at the ArtEZ fashion department in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Following his graduation, he was eager to reflect on the current context of luxury and creation with pioneers from the past, among them Pierre Bergé and Baroness Hélène de Ludinghausen, former Directrice of Yves Saint Laurent Haute Couture. His manifesto and answer to these conversations was to develop a sustainable and responsible production cycle for luxury. Implemented in 2014 this solution applies an Artisanal approach to ready to wear creation.